Everyone’s Gushing Over The Royal Family’s Easter Outfits

The Royal Family Attend Easter Service At St George's Chapel, Windsor
Samir Hussein / WireImage
Samir Hussein / WireImage

This Easter Sunday marked a big day for the royal family. Not only did the family attend their annual Easter service, but they also celebrated Queen Elizabeth’s 93rd birthday. The royals gathered at the Easter Matins Service at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle, the same venue that hosted Prince Harry’s wedding last May. The whole family displayed adorable, festive blue outfits. Of all the fashionable choices, though, the most talked about outfits were Kate Middleton’s and Princess Beatrice’s.

Kate Middleton stunned everyone when she arrived at the chapel with Prince William. She wore a pale baby blue coatdress with a small clutch, and her grey hat sported a bow that accentuated the look. Silver earrings, a sparkling brooch, and grey heels wrapped the entire look together. Although Kate has worn this outfit before during Easter of 2014, she changed it up a bit with her jewelry, and still dazzled every onlooker.

Thirty-year-old Princess Beatrice pulled off a deep blue Claire Mischevani dress, sprinkled with gorgeous pink flowers at the bottom. She topped off the striking outfit with a brown Juliette Botterill hat, which sported the same blue and pink flowers to match her dress. Her Jimmy Choo shoes were nude, and her clutch black, to guide most of the onlooker’s attention to her stunning dress. While there aren’t many photos of Princess Beatrice at the service, the ones that were taken certainly have people on Twitter talking.

The Queen herself wore a beautiful mint coat with a vibrant pink ribbon and a matching hat. Her gorgeous pastels really popped among the royal crowd. The thematic blues matched Princes William and Harry, who both wore blue suits of different shades.

Fans were disappointed that Princess Eugenie, who stunned everyone with an unconventional look last year, did not make the service. Likely, Eugenie was spending the morning with Jack Brooksbank’s family, whom she married in October. Meghan Markle, just days away from giving birth to her and Harry’s first child, also did not attend the outing. The Queen’s husband, Prince Philip, missed out as well due to health issues. Prince Charles and his wife Camilla spent the holiday in Scotland as usual. And lastly, Kate and William’s three children remained absent from this Easter service.

Other royal members who attended include the royal matriarch’s children, Princess Anne, Prince Edward, and Prince Andrew. Zara Phillips (pregnant with her second daughter) and her husband Mike Tindall attended, as well as Lady Louise Windsor and Edward’s wife Sophie, Countess of Wessex.

Along with the family outing, the royals also shared sweet birthday wishes for their matriarch on Instagram and Twitter. Happy Easter to the gorgeous royal family!